Another bank is foreclosing on some of developer Justin French’s property, and it could leave the tax credit investor in the lurch.
A Midlothian-based bank badly in need of capital is still waiting on the deal to clear a regulatory hurdle.
The firm, which handles public relations, advertising, marketing and event management, recently opened its second office.
A bank is trying to collect from two developers. Plus a church congregant claims she was defamed in Church.
The Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation started random inspections of real estate firms this month to make sure they are following guidelines — in particular whether escrow accounts containing security deposits are being handled correctly.
A serial entrepreneur is at it again, trying to raise half a million dollars after coming up with an idea while renovating a house on Monument Ave.
More Justin French properties are in foreclosure. Plus lots in New Kent County.
A planning group is requesting city funds to help buy out a gas station owner who is in no hurry to sell.
SBA loans are regaining popularity, but loan volume is still well off pre-recession levels.
To anyone who seriously thinks that the state should stay in the liquor business, ask yourself: How did we get into it in the first place?